How long does a judgment last in public records?

Answer A judgment against you will stay a matter of public record for seven years from the date that the courts approved the judgment.Source:Bad Credit Eliminated

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How long are public records kept in Florida?

Florida has different record retention schedules for various types of public records. For example, ballots for state and local elections are retained for one year after the election is certified; ... Read More »

Are all Tennessee government agencies required to comply with open records or public records?

In general, all government agencies in Tennessee must comply with the Open Records Act. However, there are exceptions. For instance, according to an opinion issued by Tennessee's Office of Open Rec... Read More »

Are birth records public records?

For many states, including Florida, California, New York, Alabama and Connecticut, birth records less than 100 years old are not a matter of public record. Access to them is restricted to a few ind... Read More »

Are marriage records public records?

Public records fall under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), and each state has its own FOIA version of what records are public in that state. Many states like Washington include marriage recor... Read More »